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  • Rudi Hamer FORT MYERS, Fla. (Dec. 12, 2019) − Sanibel Captiva Community Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Rudi Hamer to assistant vice president and commercial relationship manager. In her new role, Hamer will be responsible for managing a portion of the bank’s existing commercial loan portfolio and expanding existing commercial relationships. She will also continue to develop new business for the bank, including deposit growth, homeowners association loans, and small business lines of
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Jaci Fitch to treasury management associate. In her new role, Fitch will assist in overseeing the bank’s various treasury management products and services, including business online banking, remote deposit capture, ACH originations, online wire management and Positive Pay. She will also be responsible for assisting business customers with the installation, training and servicing of treasury management products. Fitch has been with the bank for
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Gaby Bell to assistant vice president at its Sanibel Main Office on Library Way. She will continue to assist with daily operations and customer relationships, including business and consumer banking. Bell has been with the bank for more than 13 years serving as a teller, customer service representative, teller supervisor and most recently as assistant office manager. A Sanibel resident, she earned a bachelor’s
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Ken Segura to vice president and office manager of the College Parkway location. In his new role, Segura will manage daily operations and customer relationships, including business and consumer banking. “Ken continues to be a huge asset to our team and we are thrilled to have him lead our College Parkway branch,” said Lana Hollier, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank senior vice president and director
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank $25,000 check presentation to Florida Gulf Coast University’s College of Education Florida Gulf Coast University recently held a special reception to announce a $25,000 donation made by Sanibel Captiva Community Bank designated for the College of Education and the official naming of the Sanibel Captiva Community Bank Courtyard. The donation represents an ongoing public/private relationship demonstrating both organizations’ respective commitments to the development of future leaders and educators in Southwest Florida.
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has been named a finalist for the Uncommon Friends Foundation Business Ethics Award, which recognizes organizations that exemplify standards of high ethical behavior in conducting their daily operations, as well as during times of crises. Nominations are reviewed by a panel of experts in the field of ethical business practices and the winner will be announced at the annual Uncommon Evening Gala “Pearls of Wisdom” on Nov. 14 at The Burroughs
  • Lana Hollier Lana Hollier was honored as an Elmer Tabor Generosity Award finalist at the third annual Cape Coral Community Foundation’s Excellence in Nonprofit Performance Yearly Awards (ENPYs) on Oct. 10 at Crowne Plaza Bell Tower in Fort Myers. Hollier was recognized for her volunteer work with Valerie’s House, a Southwest Florida nonprofit dedicated to helping grieving children heal after the loss of a loved one. She began her involvement with Valerie’s House as a
  • Kristin DiIorio Kristin DiIorio was honored at the Gulfshore Business Annual 40 Under 40 Awards Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point. The awards recognize Southwest Florida rising stars who have distinguished themselves in their professions and communities through their contributions to the region’s economic, charitable and civic well-being. DiIorio joined Sanibel Captiva Community Bank in 2016 to lead the bank’s downtown Fort Myers branch. As vice president and office manager, she manages
  • Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has surpassed $1 billion in residential mortgage loan originations through more than 3,125 loans it has approved for people throughout Southwest Florida. “We are absolutely privileged to have assisted thousands of customers over the years with their residential mortgage needs, whether that’s purchasing or refinancing a home,” said David Wright, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s senior vice president of residential lending. “We pride ourselves on recognizing and valuing relationships with our customers,